FCSC - FIDM-Merchandise Marketing

Major: FCSC - FIDM: Merchandise Marketing Concentration

Catalog: 2009-2010

*See DegreeWorks for correct list of classes to meet requirements
**Class offered on alternate years. Adjust schedule as necessary. See department advisor for additional information.
Recommended Course Schedule Guide
First Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
FCSC 120 Apparel Construction 3 FCSC 370** Pattern Drafting and Apparel Design (strongly recommended) 3
FCSC 220 Fashion and Society 2 BIBL 100 Bible Survey 4
GEED 130 First Year Seminar 1   *COMM GE Requirement 3
WRIT 110 College Writing 3   *Natural Science GE Requirement (6-8 sem credit hrs) 3
HHPA 120 Lifelong Fitness 2   *MATH GE Requirement 3
  *Natural Science GE Requirement (6-8 sem credit hrs) 3      
  *HIST GE Requirement 3      
Total Semester Credits 17 Total Semester Credits 16
Cumulative Credits 17 Cumulative Credits 33
Second Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
  *BIBL/RELI GE Requirement 3 FCSC 378** Apparel CAD (strongly recommended) 3
  *Humanities GE Elective Requirement 2-3 FCSC 460** Apparel Market Analysis 3
  *Social Science GE Requirement (6 sem credit hours) 3   *LITR GE Requirement 3
  *Fine Arts GE Requirement 3   *Social Science GE Requirement (6 sem credit hours) 3
  Electives 7   *Global and Cultural Understanding GE Requirement 3
        Electives 3
Total Semester Credits 18 Total Semester Credits 18
Cumulative Credits 51 Cumulative Credits 69
Third Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
FCSC 380 Evolution of World Dress (strongly recommended) 2 FCSC 230** Textiles Science 3
RELI 300 Christian Foundations 3 FCSC 320** Fashion Merchandising 3
  *HHPA GE Requirement (activities class) 1 GEED 490 Senior Capstone 3
  Electives 12   *Global and Cultural Understanding GE Requirement 3
   
  Electives 5
Total Semester Credits 18 Total Semester Credits 17
Cumulative Credits 87 Cumulative Credits 104
Fourth Year
Fall Semester Spring Semester
This course plan is designed for those who are planning to pursue the Cooperative 3-1 Degree Program Concentration with the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. Students apply during their junior year and attend FIDM their senior year to complete a specialized major. Graduates receive a bachelor of science degree in family and consumer sciences with a concentration in merchandise marketing from GFU and an associate of arts degree from FIDM. Students will need to take 45 quarter hours from FIDM that will transfer over to GFU at 22 semester credits making a total of 126 for their bachelor of science degree. You may receive a list of the required coursework at FIDM from the FCSC department.
           
Total Semester Credits   Total Semester Credits  
Cumulative Credits   Cumulative Credits 126
    Total Credits for Degree 126.0

NOTES:

WRIT 110 may be waived with a verbal SAT score of 670 or higher. Math requirement may be waived with a math SAT score of 600 or higher.

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